There are a dozen characters from the games in the film, yet barely any of them leave an impact. At least when people like Marvel have a bunch of characters in a film, they’re given moments to help flesh out their characters. Here, characters go from point A to point B and hardly anything is discovered about them.
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Not only does the show take the initial premise of the game, but it also adapts key moments from it as well. Certain interactions and character introductions are taken straight out of the game. In the later seasons, the show takes elements from other games in the franchise, most notably “Symphony of the Night,” which expands upon Alucard’s backstory.
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The story starts out with a typical interaction between a somewhat aloof father (in terms of home life, not knowing about his wife’s day-to-day activities, his daughter’s soccer matches, or his son’s girlfriend) as he attempts to be more helpful by driving his kids for the first time.